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While the motor is out I figured I would replace the clutch springs is there anything special about it or do I just pry out the old and push in the new?
motor is already out i will get my ebc csk springs in before the rest of the parts i need to get it back on the road the plates arent dead yet so im going to put them back in until my new ebc csk plates arive on the 23rdClutch springs? Your not replacing the clutch plates?
Well, you'll need a new clutch cover gasket, a 10mm socket and some blue loctite for the bolts. (the cover uses a 8mm socket...use a six point one if you can)
I'd go with "heavy duty" springs BTW....
the new ones should be a litte hard to put in as far as the amount of force it takes to get them in place right?That is right. No special tools. Just what was mentioned above. If you don't tear the gasket it can be reused. Replace it when the new springs come in.